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4.23.2012

Lawyer Ego Winner


I don't know who Bryan Garner is. I've never even heard of this guy. But apparently he writes books and gives seminars on legal writing. I know this because I just got a flashy seminar pamphlet in the mail offering three seminars from from him costing $295 to $385 each or all three for $795.  

What a deal!! But you know what the real selling point is? For signing up for all three I have a chance to win a Bryan Garner Bobblehead!!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey,some dude got electrocuted while peeing on the subway tracks.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, huge ego and self-promoter. I took his class years ago, and found it to be less than valuable. My firm sent me though, so no skin off my nose. All he says is to eliminate legalease and condense your writing. If you're a straight-shooting writer, you do it anyway.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Did you happen to catch how much does justice cost out of that seminar?

Anonymous said...

Thats the Baylor Bears closer isn't it?

Anonymous said...

Barry, time to start the Green Mojo Workshop series. Your public awaits.

My Other Brother Darryl

Baylor Too said...

I believe he's the editor of Black's Law Dictionary. (3.. 2.. 1...)

Baylor Tres said...

The bobblehead looks like Lee Atwater. It looks a little like Liberally Green too.

Groupon is offering a deal of custom bobbleheads today BTW.

Anonymous said...

If you're an attorney and you don't know who Bryan Garner is, you're not as good at your job as you could be. He's a genius. Massive ego? Probably, but at least it's earned. Only in the law would his crusade for common sense meet such vehement resistance. Read a couple of his books; you'll be glad you did.

Anonymous said...

Garner's legal writing classes are well worth the price of admission.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who goes to the seminar and doesn't come away as a much better writer just didn't pay attention. Just about every major flies him out each year to teach their attorneys. He's really quite brilliant. You really ought to become familiar with his work.

Anonymous said...

Last three comments courtesy of Bryan Garner.